Lecture and Discussion on Scalar Motion by Dewey B. Larson

Larson discusses scalar motion using the balloon analogy, and how flies on the surface of the balloon represent two types of motion: dead files are like photons, carried by the expansion of the balloon, and living flies are coordinate motion, walking across the surface. An interesting lecture; includes Q&A by Paul deLespinasse, Frank H. Meyer and Ronald Satz.

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